Riyadh – Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior, received at his office Saudi ambassadors-designate to a number of brotherly and friendly countries.
At the outset of the audience, the Crown Prince congratulated them on the royal trust appointing them as ambassadors to their respective countries. He urged them to work to strengthen the Kingdom’s relations with these countries and provide all help and assistance to Saudi citizens abroad, wishing them all the success to best serve their country.
The ambassadors expressed gratitude and appreciation to the Crown Prince for his directives, stressing that they will exert all efforts to serve the Kingdom and its citizens.
The audience was attended by Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Adviser to the Minister of Interior; Nizar bin Obaid Madani, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Abdurrahman bin Ali al-Rubian, Deputy Minister of Interior.
The Ambassadors recently designated were: Ambassador-designate to the Republic of South Africa, Gharam bin Saeed Al Malhan; the Ambassador-designate to the Kingdom of Malaysia, Mahmoud bin Hussein Qatan; the Ambassador-designate to the Republic of Czech Naif bin Zeeb bin Aboud; the Ambassador-designate to the Republic of Uzbekistan, Hisham bin Mishaal al-Sweilam; the Ambassador-designate to Bulgaria, Misfer bin Abdurrahman Al Ghassib; the Ambassador-designate to the Republic of Kazakhstan, Dhaher bin Matesh al-Enzi and the Ambassador-designate to the Republic of Cuba.